But, sadly, not for the software Kindle apps.
Okay so these two tools I’m going to share only work for the Kindle, and mostly rely on the ability to e-mail documents to your Kindle, but SendtoReader works with a Manual Delivery option, too. SendtoReader is a web app that lets you send any webpage to your Kindle for later perusal. Though, as I mentioned, you need to have an actual Kindle if you want to update it without synching via a PC first.
I have to admit, I was all excited about this web app, until I went to sign up for it and discovered that the Android app on my ColorNook wasn’t able to get e-mail directly from Amazon’s on-line document delivery service. Still, if you’re using an actual Kindle, this would be a killer app.
And, ToDo list for Kindle is, well, a to do list that you can send to, and update, on your Kindle. So, you know, pretty much what it seems like it would be from the title.
So, there you go. Two free web apps to get more out of your Kindle, just in time for the weekend!